Anandha Inn Convention Centre & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Really liked Pondicherry. It is a small town, and we have gotten to know it well in the week we have stayed here, to the extent that I feel confident to walk around by myself. We have just walked around the town and along the beach front Promanade, getting to know the place. We were advised to go to an ashram here, which we did- called Aribindo …
... that dogs love to be scratched in, the ones that make them crane their necks and close their eyes, and a doggy like smile appear on their faces. It didn’t matter so much that the local Indian men were lifting up their skirts and enjoying their morning **** in the fields just behind me, I tried to block this thought out of my mind, and not breath too deeply though my nose! What’s wrong with you people I said to myself! It didn’t also matter that the scooter had ...
... was a huge party somewhere in the hotel but we hadn't been told about it. The hotel was so disorganised - no towels, no toilet paper, no menu or info on hotel and worst of all - no top sheet on bed!!! Apparently they don't do top sheets!! We finally did get one! Not an impressive hotel.
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